2022 Ford Maverick hybrid Review, Specifications, Prices, and Features

The Ford Maverick is the first compact Crew-cab from the company and the first standard full hybrid pickup in the US market with a super-affordable price tag. The Maverick is designed for people in quest of truck functionality in a compact and versatile framework. Despite the fact that it’s affordable, it comes pre-loaded with a wealth of standard features and class-leading fuel efficiency that makes it a worthy competitor against other eminent trucks like the Ford Ranger, Honda Ridgeline, and Hyundai Santa Cruz.

2022 Ford Maverick hybrid Crew Cab Front Angle View

2022 Ford Maverick hybrid Crew Cab Rear Angle View2022 Ford Maverick hybrid Features

The 2022 Ford Maverick is offered in three extensive trim levels namely: XL, XLT, and the top-tier Lariat. And for people who’ve been riding other pickup trucks from Ford would’ve been familiar with Ford’s typical trim nomenclature. So, the base trim is equipped with just the right amount of features like the Cloth upholstery, Power windows, and 8-inch touchscreen to name a few. But it has the liberty to upgrade with most of the upper trim level stuff. While the XLT variant adds some features like Upgraded upholstery and cruise control on top of the standard gear.

The top-spec Lariat version packs a whole lot of available features out there like the Upgraded driver information display, Dual-zone Electronic Automatic Temperature Control, and a 6.5-inch productivity screen. And yeah, there’s a Special Edition of Maverick that goes by the name, Maverick Lariat First Edition which includes additional features like a black roof, power moonroof, lower door graphics, and 18-inch black wheels. It can be owned by paying $1,495 extra.


MSRP(Hybrid Engine)


MSRP (EcoBoost Engine)


8-inch touchscreen

Exterior Power Side-View Mirrors

6.5-inch Productivity Screen


Rear Cubby Storage

Push-Button Start


FLEXBED Capability

8-Way Power Driver Seat


FordPass Connectivity

17-inch Painted Aluminium wheels

Dual-zone Electronic Automatic Temperature Control


Two 12V power outputs in the Bed

Navy Pier and Medium Slate Interior with Orange Accents

LED Signature Lighting and Ambient Lighting


Upgraded upholstery

Simulated leather upholstery


Six-speaker stereo

Power-locking tailgate

Leather-wrapped steering wheel

Since the Ford Maverick isn’t designed to be your typical work-horse, we recommend going for the XLT with AWD and Hybrid powertrain as it has all the essential features and ample amount of performance attributes. But if you’re more on the utility-oriented side, we recommend optioning up with the 4K Tow Package that offers 4000 pounds of Towing capacity.

Release date

At the moment, Ford didn’t reveal the exact launch date but mentioned that it would go on sale starting this fall. It is being manufactured at Hermosillo Assembly, Mexico.2022 Ford Maverick hybrid Engine and Performance

The 2022 Ford Maverick is powered by two engine options, a Hybrid, and an EcoBoost engine. The Hybrid engine comprises a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine coupled with an electric motor that together churns out 191 horses of power and 155 lb-ft of torque which would be passed on to the wheels via a CVT(Continuously Variable Automatic Transmission). While the latter is the 2.0-liter four-cylinder EcoBoost engine united with an eight-speed automatic transmission which puts out 250 horsepower and 277 pounds of torque.

2022 Ford Maverick hybrid Crew Cab Takes 8s to reach 0-60 mph

The Maverick can be equipped with an All-wheel-drivetrain with the EcoBoost engine, while the Front-wheel-drive is standard with the Hybrid engine. The Ford Maverick hits the 60 mph mark in under 8 seconds while its quarter-mile run and top-speeds were unknown. As standard, all the variants of the Maverick come with a Towing capacity of 2000 lbs which could be escalated to 4000 lbs with an optional towing package available.

2022 Ford Maverick

2021 Ford Ranger

2022 Hyundai Santa Cruz

2021 Honda Ridgeline


2.5L Naturally-aspirated Inline-4 Hybrid

2.3L Turbocharged Inline-4 

2.5L Naturally Aspirated Inline-4

3.5 L Naturally-aspirated V6

10-Speed Automatic

8-Speed Automatic

9-Speed Automatic

Power [hp @ RPM]

191 hp @ 5,000 rpm

270 hp @ 5500 rpm

190 hp @ 6000 rpm

280 hp @ 600 0rpm

Torque [lb-ft @ RPM]

155 lb-ft @ 1,600 rpm

310 lb-ft @ 3000 rpm

180 lb-ft @ 4000 rpm

262 lb-ft @ 4700 rpm

Quarter Mile (sec)

Towing Capacity(Lbs)


As per the reports and company claims, it is quite evident that the Ford Maverick offers crisp and agile handling thanks to its compact body, it is highly maneuverable on the cityscapes while sustaining comfort even with five passengers on board. The Maverick offers a Towing capacity of 2000 lbs which seems underpowered but is still sufficient enough for people to get their basic utility-oriented jobs done. Although the Hyundai Santa Cruz which was unveiled a few weeks ago offers more performance grunt and towing capabilities. While the Ford Ranger and Honda Ridgeline are the most powerful vehicles with enormous functionality. 2022 Ford Maverick hybrid Fuel Economy

This is one segment where the Maverick has hit it out of the ball-park. Ford is yet to announce the exact fuel estimates for the EcoBoost engine while we have the Hybrid engine estimates and they are outstanding for a pickup truck. It offers a mileage of 37 mpg in the combined use case with 40 mpg in the city roads and 33 mpg on the highways which is evident through the company’s official brochure. We should wait a few more weeks for the practical usage and on-road testing to see the true efficiency of this Hybrid engine.

2022 Ford Maverick

2021 Ford Ranger

2022 Hyundai Santa Cruz

2021 Honda Ridgeline

Fuel Capacity (Gallons)

Range (City/Highway/Combined, in Miles)


When compared, none of its contemporaries offer better or even come closer to the Ford Maverick in terms of fuel efficiency. While the recent entrant, the Hyundai Santa Cruz stood second with a mileage of 25 city/28 highway and a total range of 489 miles. Following it is the Ford Ranger with a combined mileage of 23 mpg and the Honda Ridgeline being the least efficient with 21 mpg of combined usage.2022 Ford Maverick hybrid Interior